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Does your job make it hard for you to get a vacation? Or do you choose not to go? A recent study suggests that Washington workers don’t use a significant amount of their paid time off. What does the city’s work culture say about employees’ willingness to step back and take a break? And, how has technology changed what vacation time means?
- Rebecca Gale Freelance Writer; @Beckgale
- Marcia Shannon Assistant Dean of Georgetown University Law Center's Office of Career Strategy
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